Ever since I saw this quilt by Dear Stella–a variation on Elizabeth Hartman’s Looptastic made to promote their Ostara collection–I have been obsessed with the combination of navy and pale pink. Then I went to a local quilt shop that just opened in St. Louis, Janie Lou, and saw Sarah Watson’s Luxe in Bloom line for Art Gallery Fabrics, and I fell even more in love with this palette. This week I finally figured out the perfect pattern to showcase such a palette, and I can’t wait to get started. Now if I can just finish up some of my pile of WIPs…
From top left:
Tulips; Looptastic quilt in Ostara by Dear Stella (via Dear Stella Design); chinoiserie chandelier available at David Duncan Antiques (via 1stdibs); Luxe in Bloom collection by Sarah Watson (via Art Gallery Fabrics); navy and pale pink (via Left My Heart in Paris); Still Life of Flowers on a Ledge, by Rachel Ruysch, c. mid to late 1600s, formerly available at Johnny van Haeften Gallery, London (via myartprints.co.uk)
Is anything inspiring you this week/end? If so, link to it in comments!